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Sonic And King’s Hawaiian Collab For The First Time Ever On New Club Sandwiches

King’s Hawaiian has left its fingerprints on the fast food map before, particularly with chains like Arby’s. Their newest item, however, is a first, as the lauded breadmakers are collaborating with Sonic Drive-In for the first time ever.

Photo courtesy of Sonic Drive-In

The new collab consists of a lineup of club sandwiches made with King’s Hawaiian buns. There’s a fried chicken version as well as a “Burger Club” variant, both of which are similar outside of the protein. You get either a piece of fried chicken or a burger patty topped with lettuce, tomato, Swiss cheese, bacon, and Sonic’s Signature Sauce, a blend of honey mustard and BBQ sauce.

Photo courtesy of Sonic Drive-In

Both new sandwiches, the King’s Hawaiian Chicken Club and King’s Hawaiian Burger Club, are priced at $4.99 each. They will be available starting on April 29th as a limited-time offering.

By Constantine Spyrou

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